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Cartesian stool

Mar 29 2012, 10:00 am 0 Marco Russo

A complex and detailed project whose name comes from the use of the Cartesian reference system for determining the position of a point in a three-dimensional space. An exploration of the disorder through the order, a rigid yet elastic structure, where accuracy and precision of linear forms give life to a functional piece of furniture, a comfortable stool made of solid wood by Australian designer Luke Andrew Batten. A solution with minimal design, highly versatile, that fits discreetly in a contemporary style of furniture.

Designer: Luke Andrew Batten

Tags: chair creative design designer furniture geometric stool wood

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